Miguel de Guzmán and Joaquín Mosquera
María Antonia Fernández Nieto (1972) is Doctor Architect in the area of Architectonical Projects by the Escuela Técnica Superior de Architectura de Madrid (ETSAM). She has developed her teaching career since 2002. She started teaching Design and Drawing at the SEK University (later named I.E.) in Segovia and also Drawing and Design at the ETSAM. She is currently Architecture Design professor, end of carreer thesis coordinator and member of the Research on Architectural Processes and Urban Strategies: AAOO (Occasional Architectures) Group at the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria in Madrid. Jorge Gallego Sánchez-Torija (1972) is Architect by the Escuela Técnica Superior de Architectura de Madrid (ETSAM). Since 2007 he has been building systems professor at the same unversity. He has also given courses on Energetic Efficiency in Buildings at the Madrid Council Association. Both fit together their teaching activities with the g+f architectos studio, developing works based mainly in contests. They have obtain several prizes: 1st prize in the ideas contest for an office building for the Zamora Council at Viriato square in Zamora, Spain. 1st prize in the design contest for 22 public housing in Torrelodones, Spain. 1st prize in the ideas contest for the Council of Belmonte Square, Spain. 2nd prize in the ideas contest for an elderly residence in Higueruela, Spain. 3rd prize in the ideas contest for public housing in the lot 3.3.C at the Urban expansion of Carabanchel, Spain. Accesit in the ideas contest for a building of university housing at the Campus I+D in Zaragoza, Spain. Mention at EUROPAN 5. The new habitat landscapes in Ceuta. The office building for the Zamora Council was also chosen for the exposition, publication and conferences ZAXXI. Their work has also been shown at the Architecture Gallery El Croquis in El Escorial, Madrid. It has also been published in the magazines BAU, Arquitectura Viva, Arquitectos COAM, ACIES and the EUROPAN catalogue, and in the books 100% Arquitectura de Zamora, 75 años 1931-2006 de Arquitectura en Guadalajara and 12 concursos de arquitectura 2001-2002 (Volume III).